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bobby bowden was accomplishing and what they have to overcome here now? >> kirk: it's amazing you think of 14 straight ten-win seasons. finishing in the top four of the country. i don't think we're ever going to see that again with scholarships at 85. parody that we see in college football. mack brown in texas got on a good run. pete carroll got on a good run. it's hard to maintain. >> brent: one more run i want you to mention. >> kirk: 'bama -- unless he leaves, maybe old 'bama can get it going for 14 straight. >> brent: i wouldn't bet against nick saban right now. wilder checks in for second and long. and we have to give kirk herbstreit credit here. remember, he selected florida state as one of his finalists, laying for the bcs championship down in miami. take a look at the rest of the schedule. now, i'm maybe alone in this, but i think they better be careful it's not florida. >> kirk: next week, that's when they'll show us, when you hear their bark. it was last week against wake forest. this was a big win. they came back. how were they going to go when there's no hoopla, not a lot of
opinion, particularly the to. but the most important was a fellow named kirk. and russell kirk was in many ways like buckley. and he was not like buckley. he was like buckley because of a very early age in kirk's case, 35 years old, assistant professor of what's now ch state, he wrote a book called the conservative mind from burke to eliot that became a sensation but it was really the backbone. and it was unlikely that such a book would become a sensation but it can't the attention of certain editors at "time" magazine. they have been, they ballyhooed a very high in a special fourth of july edition of the magazine in 1953, and the book took off. and kirk argued that burke is the true school of conservative thought. kirk argued that libertarians were too materialistic and what counted was what he called the permanent things, religion, tradition, community, art, literature. and he argued that, one of his phrases was you know, everything isn't about getting another piece of pie and another had a butter. society and what we are about, is about more important things than just economic growth. a
these guys do a great job. that's incomplete. >> kirk: with that all being said, down the road against teams that are better in passing the football, it's going to be -- that is their challenge. a great front but their secondary is still really young. a quarterback and group of receivers that can throw it, that becomes the big challenge down the road. the first is to get after them. >> brent: big nose man. big nix out of jacksonville, florida. 330. betrayed by the very nation they swore to protect, the crew of america's most powerful submarine, you will see the last resort, thursday september 27th. kept spartans out of the end zone in spartan stadium. that's impressive, with those two young corners we talked b then slaughter out with an ankle injury. >> mark: >> kirk: not playing -- they weren't able to get after him. they'll face a quarterback and group of receivers that will try to get after them. >> brent: very emotional, his grandmother passing away in hawaii and shortly thereafter a very good friend, the two dying and the passing -- he was offered the chance go home. he sa
and thousands of people collected tins, t-shirts and other souvenirs at the labor day sell brace. dems like kirk clay -- celebration. democrats like kirk clay who traveled here with his family from d.c. are having fun but eager for the convention to begin. >> this is a magical moment for not just the african american community but for all of america. >> reporter: north carolina is struggling with unemployment well above 9%. as president obama makes his way here, he is on the defensive about the economy. in toledo the president rejected republican claims that the country is not better off than when he took office. >> i bet on you. i'll make that bet any day of the week. >> reporter: president obama accepts his party's nomination in charlotte thursday. first lady michelle obama is already here. she took a tour of the stage where she will give her speech on day one of the democratic national convention. randall pinkston, cbs news, charlotte. >> president obama will end his road to charlotte tour with a stop in virginia tomorrow. he plans to be in norfolk in the morning for an event with students
there. kirk eikenwald concedes her argument is plausible, but says he's seen portions of many security briefs and come to an inescapable conclusion that administration's reaction that mr. bush was told -- those were his words. we have not seen what he says he's seen. he joins us shortly to talk about it. we do know from the report of the 9/11 commission that there were 40 other mentions of osama bin laden and al qaeda in presidential daily briefs prior to 9/11. but he goes further than that and reports direct warnings about the al qaeda attacking the u.s. began in the spring of twun. the cia told the white house that a group in the united states was planning a terrorist operation. he says the june 22 daily brief reported that al qaeda strikes could be imminent. this tracks with the recollection of richard clarke, who served in the clinton and bush administrations and has written a sharply critical book about his experiences. he told nbc news about a june Ñ1 meeting he sat in on with condoleezza rice and the cia director. he said, quote -- >> as he later told "60 minutes," he says the
writers and great thinkers but the most important was a fellow named russell kirk come and russell kirk was in many ways but was likely because of the very early age and his case, 35-years-old assistant professor of what is now michigan state, the conservative mind from work to eliot. and again and is unlikely that such a book would become such a sensation but when it caught the attention of certain editors of "time" magazine and they bore high for the fourth of july edition and the book took off one. kirker argued that burke is the true school of conservative thought and argued that libertarians were materialistic and it was what he called the permanent things religion and tradition community art, literature. and he argued that one of his phrases was coming you know, everything isn't about getting another piece of the pie and another pound of butter were it was about more important things than just economic growth and he was very opposed to libertarians and he was attacked by buckley and other libertarians quite passionately wpm and personally and then buckley will i'm found in the mag
building subcommittee. we have a few issues that i think kirk prepared a handout. /5we have a few issues we are waiting right now. one of them is we heard the capital living space discussion. another one -- habitable living space discussion. another one is the waterñr botte filling stations. and ordinance to add that. we discussed that at our last meeting at quite a bit. i think there was a general support about the idea, but there was confusion aboutñr howe y really implemented. were with the targets be, how targets be, how would we implement them? is there a barrier between the water and the bottle? and so forth. detai1oárpá. i also want to mention there is c stat%xjf code -- an emergency packet of code revisions. i uf accessibility changes as well. flexibility, i understand. been there are some changes to the regulations. ñr billo work on getting a link their -- on the o=[dbis?Ñ website. Ñiñrcowthe access accessibility subcommittee is working proactively on one issue, which elevators. i understand they had an on-site meeting so that we could work out the type of screens and wh
on the close, he couldn't do it. john jay, a sacrifice. we go from 4-0 to 4-4. then to the tenth, kirk suzuki drives in a couple and the nats finally win 6-4. wow. as you say, bruce, it was quitea wild night out here in busch stadium. the braves won their game so the magic number goes down to one. we're staying in st. louis one more day. for now, we are at busch stadium. we have sound bites coming up from the team. they're in the lock earn room right now -- locker room right now. we'll get that for you and talk to you later during the sports section. >>> the presidential candidates took a break from the campaign trail before the first scheduled debate last week. as drew levinson reports tonight, both candidates sent their vice-presidential candidates to battleground states saturday stomping for votes. >> reporter: gop vice- presidential nominee paul ryan joined in the ohio state football cheer, spelling out one of the most crucial states in this campaign. ryan used his stop in the battle ground state to point the finger at the president for not improving the economy when the democrats control
. there is tropical activity and the atlantic. kirk has dissipated. leslie is out here. it will not come for the u.s. mostly cloudy tonight. a light shower. a light thunderstorm early this evening. 69 to 7 the five is the overnight low. scoured showers and thunderstorms tomorrow. 80 to 85. the same forecast for ocean city. temperatures will be in a the's. rain chances both days. the chances will be up to about 60%. toward the middle of the week, the rain chances will taper off. the chance is there. keep an umbrella. >> we talked about the orioles. what a cool weekend. >> college football is on its way. a historic event. how the game action went. >> this is 11 sports. orioles fans i talked with have channel -- disappointed. it was a good start in the bronx for baltimore. he continued his assault on yankee stadium. that is his 18th home run of the season, third against the york. they had a three-nothing lead. derrick cheater -- derek yeter is there in a strike three. the bases are loaded. game tied at 3. the surprise shot to jj hardy. the winning run was in. it happens. showalter is still upbeat. >>
was held in washington on friday. the speakers rand paul and director kirk cameron. this portion of the event is about 90 minutes. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> good morning. thank you very much. thank you very much. it is great to see each and every one of you this morning. it is certainly a privilege to be here at this values voter summit, this convention of conservative delegates from across the country. on behalf of the sponsors, the american family association, family research council, a liberty counsel, at liberty university, a heritage foundation, the timothy plan, the media research center, i am privileged to welcome you to this 2012 values voter summit. the theme -- limit spending, protect traditional values, and protect america. [applause] i want to say thank you for investing your time and resources in giving voice to the values of millions that americans care about. we will have one of our largest gatherings today. that comes the sides of the fact that families across america continued to experience a decline in their spending power. unemployment continues at record hi
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of regulations that will protect the public and settle down all the hysteria and kirk -- furor about fracking. i did it when i was a kid diyala this. how do we get past that fear and uncertainty and create some sort of predictability to business needs? that became a symbol for our issues. to find the appropriate compromise so we can get on to the next problem. >> would you like to bring us up-to-date on california? maybe give us a sneak preview of the may revise briefly. >> where selling bonds and we're not disclosing materials between now and then. we just have to wait. it will be interesting. that i promise you. the basic fact is california increased its production of wealth, the state of 38 million people and all businesses. the economy is somewhat under $2 trillion. there is dynamic wealth creation in many respects. since the time i was last governor, a lot of people and businesses have moved elsewhere or the have died, gone out of business. also, a lot of people have moved here by the millions. we have 38 million people. people thought the green was here a and we have -- and we have all kin
short kirk catastrophe but a vigil was held. >>> they are marking six months since sierra lemar teenager disappeared. family friends and volunteers released balloons into the sky with messages to lamar tied to them. sierra lemar's parents say it is difficult to accept the symbolism of the date. >> i would hope she would be with us and life would be normal right now. >>> levi disappeared while walking to school. the searches were just scaled back to just sets. >>> now the man accused of murdering her will be released next week. he has not entered a plea. police believe she has been murdered even though her body has not been found. antolin garcia-torres could get the death penalty. >>> it was not all cheers for some fans. police kicked out rowdy spectators and several others but they liked the increased protests. >> the purpose they are here for is to watch the game. >> yay 49ers. >> they dressed up in the latest undercover operation crackdown on violence at candle stick. >> 228 yards, it is both touchdowns and both caught by vernon davis and they now play the vikings on sunday. oakland ra
monday morning phey coofronted kirk parker, . who policc say, began ighting wiit an officer and pulled a gun.a back up cop stomach..he's in stable conditon, facing charges of officer, leon ockins, is a 14- year veteean. he's been placed on routine admmnstrative baltimore county police need your helppideetifying two men who robbed 77elevvn store last month. these are surveillaace photos from august 2nd at the store n pleasaat plains rood in towson. police say the men asked for cigarettes, then refused to pay. one suspect then climbed over the counter and stole moneyyfrom the register. the... baltimore county ...liquor poard ... scheddled... a hearing... ffr... the... recher theatre... charity fundraiier... got out hand.you--tube... videe... shows the unruly crowd ...on... york road... saturray night.../ after... bbing... turned awayy... from... a... rivate event... hosted by... a... were ...called... to... clear the crowd ... of... more than... people.... fightss.. broke ouu... and... several people... were arrested...//. a... hearing... is... set for....n
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compensation board says kirk a convicted burglar gave the wrong social security number. but how the state allow money to be wrongfully taken from the senior citizens account. john couple of the taxpayers' association thinks the states should have verified that the account was linked to the felon before taking her money. >>> we have an innocent victim who is having money taken out of her account illegally and inappropriately. but the victims board says they have no ability to check social security numbers provided by inmates. the franchise tax board says it can but quickly adds this is not their fault to add insult to injury the family learned it could take 16 weeks to get her money back. >>> i was told you are not special. she's not special there's a lot people before you and after you. the compensation board has not changed its mind speeding up the process along with the full refunds. >>> so the question remains how this happened? well the state franchise tax board voted to that question budgies bake does admit they should have caught this air. especially considering the name of the account
kirk jumped right in. it really helpsñr with our knowledge. >> you spoke about the on reinforced masonry -- unreinforced masonry building. i know as a former pastor here in san francisco, we had to redo our building.there were issues k 1980's. these public-type buildings, older buildings. gx8.vi commend your work and the get the support for that. that is quite important for those institutions to remain in 8 cap study helped illustrate was it there are certification -- there are certain things you can demonstrate, sort of low hanging fruit. that is really what our efforts have been the last, i would say, 18 months. to bring those four were in code regulation and say, -- forward in code regulations and say, hey. i do not think it will be a repeat of 19 06 -- 1906, but that has been our recent focus. >> my second question -- going that most of our seats expire in 2013. i don't know what the nomination process is, how we move forward people to fill these seats, but i think it is important for our commission and the existing committee to start working on that to makeÑi sure this exce
justin her man -- kirks off from justin herman plaza. >>> b.a.r.t. is having a bike blackout period, 37% of the respondents want to end those restrictions. 25% end up favoring this. >>> encouraging economic news for one particular part of the bay area and if you can not wait until halloween to be frightened. we'll show you where you can go starting tonight. [ female announcer ] what would you call an ordinary breakfast pastry that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. can dodge a question. honey, how'd that test go? [ female announcer ] in just 60 seconds, you've got snack-defying, satisfying totino's pizza rolls. mmmm. mmm hmmm. mmmm. [ female announcer ] it's on. let's roll. erika derry: and the fact that cacalifornia isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money s
active, left overs of kirk. leslie still a powerful tropical storm that's crawling in the open atlantic. a little bit of decent organization. still projected to become a very intense hurricane over the next three to survive days and eventually threaten bermuda. we'll see what happens. even the western most track keeping it offshore. overnight 74. showers and humidity continue, maybe a few showers or storms into the day tomorrow and then later in the afternoon, this is when we could get tropical showers late in the day. where the line will be we cannot say but we think somewhere in the state we'll get heavy rain. tomorrow night lingering showers and as we look at the outlook you can see thursday into friday we get the drying trend. then into saturday and sunday a new weather maker could bring rain for the second half of the week. could be good football watching weather. of course most have our attention will be monday night. right now showers possible during the earlier part of the damon day. so we'll see how that unfolds. >> get it out of here by kickoff. >>> let's take a look at democr
, hurricane kirk, leslie, all going through the atlantic but they won't affect us. tonight 69 with a few clouds, mild night on the whole. not very cool. tomorrow, we will say 90, still fairly hot. late day cloud cover. could there be a passing shower or two in the afternoon? absolutely. it looks very minimal. a better chance for a passing shower tomorrow night but again as i -- last several days the best chance for showers will come sunday into mop that. will also drop temperatures in to the low to mid80's with that additional cloud cover kind of working the temperatures down. so i wouldn't cancel plans, i would enjoy the labor day but just realize as we get later in to the holiday weekend the chances for outdoor activities could be impacted by hit and miss showers. a better chance each day but tomorrow just a very slight chance of a stray shower. >> hopefully get it done and see a lot of cars on dry pavement. >> if we could get through sunday afternoon. >> sounds good. thank you. >>> after being off limits for two years this is another place you will be able to visit the reflecting p
and huddle around the coaching staff. up and okay. well, as okay as you can be when you get a cramp. >> kirk: quite honestly i think danny o'brien, not that he played great but he played okay earlier in the year, he was walk walking that a very difficult situation because of what wilson did when he transferred in last year and the great success he had. want want -- second and ten. >> brad: delayed blitz coming. he's going deep. seidlin, overshot and flag flies in with chase hammond down there. and mosthammed seisay was guy covering. was the pass catchable? that's the other question. >> referee: pass interference defense, number 4. 15-yard penalty. automatic first down. >> brad: huge penalty, there haven't been many but that's a big one. >> todd: they are running stride for stride. there was a little contact. >> brent: there it is, right hand had him on shoulder right on the 8 and 9. good call. >> brad: wisconsin first down at the 40. 2:08 remaining. >> brad: here comes the blitz. ball, quick opening draw trying to get something out of it and does get four. >> todd: danny o'bri
man has been lying aboutcused of age in order to have sex with a teenager. officials say that kirk yancey victim after he told her old.s 17 years after they had sex, he allegedly was 24 years old, that is when she told her parents what happened. he is really 34 years old. d with second-degree rape and solicitation. an elderly man who ignored died.tion orders has crews found his body in one 0 homes destroyed in san diego county. the fire has already burned more than 2000 acres. >> it is one thing to say he d fight the fire, it thing when it is up.ring >> it is unclear what sparked .he wildfire so far it is only about 10% contained. a massive wildfires now out of control in southwest oklahoma. out yesterday afternoon. a majort down part of evacuation forced an homes.east six fortunately, no injuries have reported. 12:14 right now. definitely a day to get out and enjoy. too.ather here is it dry, it is so hot and dry in the southwest. been dry and cool, but a changes and are forecast. we had a beautiful time lapse this morning. come over to your tv if you are not looking at it. a beaut
. 3 a robberyysuspect whoowassshot is now acing charges. charges.pooiie confronntd 27 year old kirk parker on potter on monday....aftee a robbery. - police say e began fighting with an officer and pulled a ggn.tte officer's partner hot parker.now thht parker is inn stable condition.. he's being charged with aamed robbery and assault.the officer is a 14 placed on administrativee investiggtion into the baltimore county police are a 7-11 store last month.check out these surveillance photos from august 2nd at the store towson.youu annsee the men pretty clearly.police say thee mmn asked for ciggrettts and then climbed overrthe counter and stole money from the regisser.if you havv any iiformation you're asked to call poliie. p3 son are in stable condition this morning... after being boy's father.e say... bb the - ford senior thursday morning.c charges after police say he shht his son in the hip.as the child's mother tried to un ffom the home with her son... phe was shot too. detectivvs suspect this was a case of domestic violence. 12:52 it's extremely troubling the fact that a child
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are not done yet. there's two other systems in the atlantic, kirk and leslie. there's no threat for the u.s. right now. this is the peak of the hurricane season. >> kirk and leslie, all right. thank you, bonnie. appreciate that. >>> this week, cnn hero is caring for people who care for others. a hidden community. >> my mom has been sick for as long as i can remember. the wheels of progress. seems they haven't been moving much lately. but things are starting to turn around because of business people like you. and regions is here to help. with the experience and service to keep things rolling. from business loans to cash management, we want to be your partner moving forward. so switch to regions. and let's get going. together. mid grade dark roast forest fresh full tank brain freeze cake donettes rolling hot dogs g of ice anti-freeze wash and dry diesel self-serve fix a flat jumper cables 5% cashback signup for 5% cashback at gas stations through september. it pays to discover. it's time to live wider awake. only the beautyrest recharge sleep system combines the comfort of aircool memory fo
. >> captain kirk had the enterprise, right? he had this wonderful spaceship the enterprise that was fully functional and certainly safe, but kirk and his staff didn't stay there. they would get out to different planets and go where no man would ever go before, do explorations and when they got into trouble, scotty could beam them up. well, alas, we don't have beam me up technology for our diplomats who have to get out of their embassies, they have to interact face to face because that's how you influence, and yet, we need to find technologies that will accomplish both. i don't know what they are yet. i don't know that anybody does. the fact of the matter is, we aren't looking at that issue and that i think what needs to be done. >> a lot of people on the hill, susan collins and others, were complaining there weren't marines at the perimeter of what was a mission no the even a full consulate in benghazi and the answer is well, don't have marines in these places. should they have been there? should they be on the perimeter. the perimeter, we are told, is the responsibility of the host count
's values voter summit that coincides with the release of the new film, monumental featuring kirk cameron. [applause] well tonight here in this very ballroom at 9:33 will be giving a special screening for everyone. we would like you to now take just a moment to look at the monitor for a preview of this movie tonight. >> remind you of your heritage. ♪ >> instead of ideas. that are being implemented in advance, this capitol at this time is terribly frightening to people. >> when you look at the roman empire, the parallels to what is going on in america are absolutely frightening. >> and the question is are we going to go the right path ourselves or are we going to continue down the wrong path that so many nations have fallen into? ♪ >> and that will be tonight at 9:30. [applause] right here in the ballroom. ladies and gentlemen would you please welcome actor producer, kirk cameron. [applause] [applause] >> well, good morning. it is so inspiring and it is so exciting to be here this morning, to be part of the values voter summit. i am deeply honored and privileged to be here with you to
ambassador to this new burma, derek mitchell, is here with us today. he and the assistant secretary kirk campbell are not only in constant communication, but ongoing consultation with many representatives of different constituencies in burma so we can provide the help and support that is necessary and appropriate. last december, i have the honor of visiting suu kyi in the house that was once her prison. we talked of many things including the challenge of moving from prison to politics. -- from protest to politics. that is what her country needs from her now. i know a little bit about how hard that transition can be. if it exposes you to a new sort of criticism and even attacked and requires -- and even attack and requires the pragmatic coalition-building that is the lifeblood of politics, but may disappoint the purists who upheld faith with you while you were on the outside. in the months since suu kyi locked out of house arrest and suu kyi walked out of house arrest and into the political our arena, she has proved to be unnatural, campaigning hard and staying focused on what needs to be
, still no fill buster-proof super majority, and then one month after this, paul kirk was sworn in to fill ted kennedy's seat, a democratic filling in again. that, however only lasted a short amount of time, because on the fourth of february, 2010, any pretense of a super majority ended when republican scott brown was sworn in to senator kennedy's once seat. do you see a two year super majority? i don't think so. for more on mitt romney's secrets answered lice, we go to washington d.c. and michael tomasky. welcome back inside the war room. >> always a pleasure, hi. >> always a pleasure. why is it that more people around calling out the republicans, especially mitt romney for this two year super imaginety myth? >> i don't understand, really, the republicans in congress and elsewhere have been saying that for a long, long time. i've never understood why the democrats don't beat back on that more aggressively than they do. i don't understand why steve croth let romney get away with it last night. this democratic as an adjective drives me nuts. it's intentional and meant as an insult. that's a
's privacy. illinois senator mark kirk is still recovering from a stroke and issues a call to action in his words and a new video he urged lawmakers to solve the state's pension crisis in save its credit rating. it's time for decisive bipartisan action to make sure that our state does not have the worst credit rating in all 50 states. >> illinois has the worst credit rating in many states. chicago police arrest one of theirs on suspicion of taking a bribe and 18 year veteran accused of taking a few thousand dollars to waive a traffic case. he trains rookie cops for the police academy, superintendent gary mccarthy says there is no room for crooked cops on the force. >> i'm happy to report that we arrested him and for a couple of thousand dollars an officer that has been in the department since 1994 just probably gave $1 million away between his salary and his pension. investigators wired up an informant who had a video of the crooked cop taking the money. prosecutors say a carnival worker shot video of the attack between an adult and child he could get life in prison. synthetic pot dealer
the latest on the buses and the trains. good morning, kirk. >> good morning. we're moving along nicely. we have a delay on the 16 bus affecting the 58 bus. 27, 33,44, 51 and 57 and 91 buses dwerget. 5, 13 and 35 buses diverting. when you're away from your radio or television, transit updates are available on demand by moan weekday morning,. -- phone weekday mornings. now back to tony. >> thanks, sir. another quiet and cool start for us on this thursday morning. if you needed a light jacket yesterday, you might need it again. high pressure has moved off the coast now and the winds have shifted to the south. on the left hand side of your screen, you see that cool fronts across the midwest probably giving us the chance for some rain friday night into saturday morning. some showers are lined up along that boundary. most of the computer mod realize is it falling apart by the time it gets into our neighborhood. the thing you're going to notice the most as this front approachs is the change in the temperatures. we have a push of warm air out ahead of the front. temperatures are going to get into
and prince george's county. right now, waldorf, did you know kirk, getting light to moderate rainfall. you can see out toward the eastern shore, they're getting the brunt of this storm system dropping lots and lots of rain in a short amount of time. our michael and son weather camera on this saturday evening, we're looking at cloudy skies right now. it is muggy out there. temperatures 75 degrees. dew point in the 70s. that is why it's so humid and the winds are calm. now, temperatures elsewhere, 73 in gaithersburg. but still warm in leesburg. 79, manassas, 81. fredericksburg in the lower 80s. so we're going to cool things down tomorrow and monday. that's the good news aside from the unsettled weather though, we could be seeing sunday morning. i think for the most part should be dry for most of us. maybe areas of patchy fog. by the afternoon we're looking at scattered showers and thunderstorms. labor day even more storms are in the forecast and then flash flooding possible because some of those storms could produce some really heavy rain. our 9 futurecast, put this into motion. tomorrow mor
. >> tonight jimmy welcomes ice t from "law & order," justin kirk from "animal practice" and hunter hayes, a favorite around here. that is "late night with jimmy fallon." all right, time now for some entertainment news. it's the weekend. let's check out the box office. an animated film about a vampire inn keeper is expected to suck the life out of its rivals. it's about a high end hotel operated by dracula. it's expected to pull in $28 million to $38 million. >> so a time traveling hitman and bruce willis is the hitman. >> good reviews. >> analyst who's are experts say it should land in the high teen millions. >>> and prospect for the education drama "won't back down" aren't as good. it may gross in the $5 million range. elsewhere, it is a boy for reese witherspoon and her talent agent husband who married last year. congratulations to them. cool name here, tennessee james. he's named after witherspoon's home state. >> that sounds like a country song. >> and lil wayne has overtaken elvis presley's record for a top 100 hits. a record that stood uncontested. all right. here's a talker. kelly
and has missed every vote this year. senator kirk did released three videos updating his condition the most recently shown at the illinois delegation at the republican national convention in florida last month. the gop presidential nomination fund-raising tonight in the president's backyard mitt romney visited chicago land touching down at o'hare not long ago. he is raising money for the election campaign he expects to haul $3 million. president obama raising over $140 million last month romney not far behind with 111 million. it's the first time since april that he has had a fund-raising edge. there appears to be a bit of a convention bump for the president, to polls out tonight show the president opened with a slight lead against mitt romney. both polls are outside of the market however the romney campaign, a post convention sugar high is what it was called and they hope the number will come down. back in afghanistan and already being targeted by the taliban. nato secretary general responded his first tour was in 2000 and eight. still to come, he touched their lives and now they
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